Cheap Flights to Seoul


Looking for low-cost flights to Seoul? Crystal Travel is the right answer. We offer some of the cheapest flights and affordable airfare deals with added attractive discount offers to our customers. It is the easiest and hassle-free solution to all your travel needs including flights, accommodation and car hire. Crystal Travel gives you a chance to save huge amounts on flight bookings. Offering major discounts on flight tickets, we are your preferred travel partner and therefore, you can trust us to get best value London to Seoul flight tickets. Enter your travel dates on our user-friendly and speedy search engine to look for flights to Seoul and choose the most suitable airline according to your budget and schedule. If you are flexible with your dates, you can save even more money on flights. Try to book your flight at least 90 days prior to your date of journey to get the extra benefits and lowest rates.


Our travel agents are available 24*7 for your convenience. Call to enquire about your flight booking and to know about the latest discount offers on flight tickets. Book Seoul flights with Crystal Travel and get ready to explore the city of Seoul and experience its many attractions.



Things you should know


  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Seoul is 5,504 miles.
  • There are around 21 non-stop flights from London to Seoul in a week.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Seoul are Air China, Air France, XiamenAir, Turkish Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, KLM, China Eastern, Alitalia, Lufthansa, China Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Qatar Airways and Emirates.
  • Airport codes from London to Seoul are London – LON / Seoul - ICN
  • Estimated flying time from London to Seoul is 10 hours 55 minutes.



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About Seoul


A fascinating blend of traditions and digital technology, Seoul is home to several palaces, temples, high-rise buildings and mountain trails. The city has worked hard to make it appealing with parks, culture and design. Enjoy your time in Seoul like the locals by shopping in stylish boutiques and drinking the cool cafes. Peek into the city’s past as you visit its world heritage sites of Jongmyo shrine and the city wall. Spend your day by making a visit to the temple followed by palace tour. Whatever you want, Seoul can provide. Book your cheap flights from London to Seoul with Crystal Travel to explore all this and more!



Best Time to Visit Seoul


The best time to visit Seoul is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the weather is mild and travel expenses are low. Winters are cold between December and February and the average daytime temperatures stay around the freezing mark with frequent snow. You are also recommended to avoid the summer months which is also the monsoon season. During these months, Seoul is uncomfortably humid and crowded with tourists.


High Season: August is the most popular time to fly.


Low Season: November is the best time to beat the crowds.



Best Places to Visit in Seoul


Gyeongbokgung: This premier palace of Seoul has risen many times from the ashes. It was built by King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon dynasty and served as the principle palace until 1592. Burnt down during the Japanese invasions, it lay in ruins for nearly 300 years until the father of King Gojong started to rebuild it in the year 1865.


Changdeokgung: The most beautiful of the five palaces of Seoul, Changdeokgung was built as a secondary palace but when Gyeongbokgung was destroyed during the Japanese invasion, it became the primary residence for the royal family until 1872. Enjoy a guided tour of the palace on your visit to the city.


Leeum Samsung Museum of Art: Located on the southern slope of Namsan, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art is the premier art gallery of the city. Beautifully designed, the building is a fine combination of modern and contemporary with the traditional art. Museum 2, the highlight of the gallery, showcases early- and mid-20th-century paintings and sculptures by renowned Korean and international artists.


Deoksugung: Built during the Joseon dynasty, it is one of Seoul's five grand palaces that you can visit in the evening to see it illuminated. The structure is a fascinating blend of traditional Korean and western-style neoclassical architecture.


National Museum of Korea: The imposing structure of this museum fascinates its visitors and takes them to a journey of Korea’s past from prehistory to the Korean empire period. The highlights of the museum are Baekje Incense Burner and Golden Treasures from the Great Tomb of Hwangham.


War Memorial of Korea: This museum documents the history of the Korean War using multimedia and documentaries. Artefacts like weapons, uniforms and maps are also displayed for the visitors. You will witness plenty of tanks, helicopters and planes here. A memorial walkway is dedicated to all those who lost their lives during the war.


Bongeun-sa: Located in the heart of Gangnam, the Buddhist temple of Bongeun-sa was founded in AD 794 and the structures have been rebuilt many times over the centuries.


Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park: Dubbed the 'largest three-dimensional a typical structure in the world', this neo-futuristic cultural complex was designed by the late Zaha Hadid and comprises galleries, event spaces, design shops and lawns.



Airport Serving London & Seoul


London: The city is served by six airports which include London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport with maximum air traffic and most international flights. It has four terminals, a wide range of shops, food courts, lounges, and an unlimited Wi-Fi access. Public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle is available to and from the airport.


Seoul: Incheon International Airport is the main airport in Seoul and the largest airport in South Korea. It has two terminals, a golf course, spa, lounges with private sleeping rooms, a casino, indoor gardens, and a Museum of Korean Culture. Public and private transport is available for the travellers to and from the airport.


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